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Department of Physics email@example.com(610) 896-2908 Haverford College http://www.brynmawr.edu/physics/DJCross Daniel J. Cross Haverford, PA 19041 http://www.physics.drexel.edu/▯dcross A ppointments & E ducation 2012 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Haverford College. 2010-2012 Interim Professor, Department of Physics, Bryn Mawr College. 2010 Ph.D. Physics, Drexel University. Adviser: Dr. Robert Gilmore. Thesis: Representation Theory of Dynamical Systems. 2005 M.S. Physics, Drexel University. 2002 B.S. Mathematics & B.A. Physics, Cedarville University. Minors: Philosophy, Bible, & Honors. Member AAAS, ASA, & ▯▯▯. Referee Physics Letters A, Journal of Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems B, & CRC Press. R esearch ntIrests Understanding the structure of low dimensional chaos. Applying topology and group theory to physics. eaching xperience T E Haverford College 2012 PHYS 101, Classical & Modern Physics I. 2012 PHYS 213, Waves and Optics. Bryn Mawr College 2012 PHYS 302, Advanced Quantum Mechanics. 2012 PHYS 122, Classical Mechanics. 2010-2011 PHYS 101, 102, 121, & 122 Laboratory Instructor. 2010-2011 PHYS 101, Introductory Physics I. 2011 PHYS 102, Introductory Physics II. Drexel University 2008-2010 Graduate student advanced topics independent study group leader. 2009 PHYS 405, Advanced Computational Physics, Teaching Assistant. 2005-2007 TDEC 201, Energy I, Teaching Assistant. 2003-2005 TDEC 111, 113, & 115, Physical Foundations of Engineering I-III, Teaching Assistant. 2003-2005 TDEC 140-142, Physics Practicum I-III, Teaching Assistant. 2002-2003 PHYS 101, Fundamental of Physics I, Teaching Assistant. Cedarville University 2001-2002 PHYS 2110, 2120, & 2130, General Physics I-III, Grader. 2001-2002 PHYS 3110, Intermediate Physics Lab, Grader. 1998-2002 Cedar Cliff Middle / High School, Mathematics Tutor. Daniel J. Cross, Curriculum Vitæ 1/3 O ther E xperience 2011 Introductory Labs, Bryn Mawr College Rewrote lab assignments (Chaos, Magnetism; Forced, Damped Harmonic Oscillator; Springs). 2008-2010 Thesis Template, Drexel University Improved and maintainEd a LT X class ﬁle conforming to University guidelines. 2006-2010 Linux Wiki, Drexel University (http://www.physics.drexel.edu/liki). Co-founder and major contributor. 2007-2009 Webmaster, Physics Department, Drexel University. Designed and maintained department and research group webpages. 2005-2007 Sysadmin, Astrophysics Group, Drexel University. Maintained 15 mixed OS machines (Linux, Mac). Maintained 48 node (96 core) Beowulf cluster. R efereed P ublications Complete Set of Representations for Dissipative Chaotic Three-Dimensional Dynamical Systems, Daniel J. Cross and R. Gilmore, Phys. Rev. E., 82, 056211 (2010). A Schwinger Disentangling Theorem, Daniel J. Cross and R. Gilmore, J. Math. Phys., 51, 103515 (2010). Equivariant Differential Embeddings, Daniel J. Cross and R. Gilmore, J. Math. Phys., 51, 092706 (2010). Differential Embedding of the Lorenz Attractor, Daniel J. Cross and R. Gilmore, Phys. Rev. E., 81, 066220 (2010). A Biological Algorithm for Data Reconstruction, Daniel J. Cross, Ryan Michaluk, and R. Gilmore, Phys. Rev. E., 81, 036217 (2010). Representation Theory for Strange Attractors, Daniel J. Cross and R. Gilmore, Phys. Rev. E., 80, 056207 (2009). N on- R efereed P ublications Resolution of the Mansuripur Paradox, arXiv:1205.5451 (2012). Solution to the Charge-Curvature Problem in Two Dimensions (2011). Comment on “CPT symmetry and antimatter gravity in general relativity,”, arXiv:1108.5117 (2011). From Force to Torque: A Simple Model of a Rigid Body (2011). Linking Integral Projection, arXiv:0907.3446 (2010). On the Flux Rule (2009). On the Relation between Real and Complex Jacobian Determinants (2008). Comments on the Cooperstock-Tieu Galaxy Model, arXiv:astro-ph/0701019 (2005). Anisotropy of Inertia from the CMB Anisotropy (2004). P resentations & C onferences Talks 2011 Representation Theory of Dynamical Systems, From Lasers to Topology Workshop, Rouen, France. 2010 A Biological Algorithm for Data Reconstruction, Eleventh Experimental Chaos and Complexity Conference, Lille, France. Daniel J. Cross, Curriculum Vitæ 2/3 P resentations & C onferences (continued) 2010 Why Spinors?, Physics Graduate Students Association, Drexel University. 2009 Solving the Schrodinger Equation with Lie Algebras, Analysis Seminar, Drexel University. 2009 From Quantum Mechanics to Maxwell’s Equations, Physics Graduate Students Association, Drexel University. 2008 Paradoxical Twins: Beyond an Introduction, Physics Graduate Students Association, Drexel University. Posters 2010 Differential Embeddings of The Lorenz Attractor, Eleventh Experimental Chaos and Complexity Conference, Lille, France University Research Day & CoAS Research Day, Drexel University. 2009 Representation Theory for Strange Attractors, Topology and Physics Seminar, Drexel University, University Research Day & CoAS Research Day, Drexel University. 2008 A Biological Algorithm for Data Reconstruction, University Research Day & CoAS Research Day, Drexel University. A wards & H onors 2002-2010 Full Fellowship and Teaching Assistantship, Drexel University. 2009 Erdos Number: Three. 2009 Nominated for University Research Award, Drexel University. 2004-2007 Four-time TA Excellence Award recipient, Drexel University. 2002 Science Award in Physics, Cedarville University. C omputer Skills Languages C, Perl, Python, HTML/CSS, JavascrEpt, PHP, LT X, Maple. Systems Linux (Gentoo, RedHat, Fedora, Ubuntu), Windows. ParalleMPI, MPE, CUDA. ExperienceHTML5 applet illustrating Zeeman’s Catastrophe Machine (originally in Flash). Java applet illustrating Arnold’s “cat” map. Various short programs and scripts for manApulation time series data from dynamical systems. Wrote a script for batch processing MetapostEﬁles through LT X. raduate ourse ork G C W Physics Nonlinear Dynamics, Group Theory, General Relativity, Cosmology, Nuclear & Particle Physics, Classical Mechanics, Statistical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Electromagetics, Mathematical Physics. MathematicsBifurcations and Chaos, Algebraic Topology, Differential Topology, Abstract Algebra. Daniel J. Cross, Curriculum Vitæ 3/3
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